The Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA) is a professional association for baseball journalists writing for daily newspapers, magazines and qualifying Web sites.
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President Nixon is the only American president to be made a lifetime member of the Baseball Writers Association of America. - RZ
ya boy- more awards for this guy on the left- former KNIGHT baseball player AJ Horde
Joined a baseball league through the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (FSWA)... with some guy named Michael...
Blackburn's Jonathan Stepp has received the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association NCAA Division III Pitcher of the Week award.
Mavs at in this week's National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association poll.
why is that guy in the Baseball writers association
Congratulations, Tanner! DII Player of the Week honors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.
National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association poll has Mavs at Reasonable minds could differ.
UL baseball is now ranked No. 22 by National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA), one of the major national…
Iowans Joe Goodman and Luke Vandermaten named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association's Stopper of the Year watch list.
Bama's Thomas Burrows named to National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Stopper of the Year Award Watch List for 2nd straight year
It's not up to MLB. It's up to the Baseball Writers Association of America (BWAA).
Baseball Beat Writers Association votes on HoF. Their rules say if player banned from baseball, ineligible for hall.
Sorry if you guys can't tell I really don't like the baseball writers association
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BBWAA votes to remove restriction against Baseball writers' association votes to remove…
The Baseball Writers Association of America has voted to allow employees to apply for membership.
The Baseball Writers Association of America voted to allow the company my husband works for to be members of the Association.
. It's called the "Baseball Writers' Association of America." I'm not quite sure what you're asking.
Congrats to winner of the 2016 J.G. Taylor Spink Award, voted on by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Today in 1903 sports-writer & commentator alum Sam Lacy was born 1st black member of Baseball Writers Association of America.
Basically, Jim Thome belongs in the Hall of Fame. Baseball Writers Association better not screw the pooch.
If the Baseball Writers Association of America voted on the NFL Hall of Fame, Tom Brady would never get in!
Public opinion, along with the baseball writers association's opinion, will always be more powerful than 9th Circuit.
"as a longtime member of the voting group known as the Baseball Writers Association of America,"
Andrew Benintendi has been named National Hitter of the Week by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. He hit .444 last week.
I got my Baseball Writers' Association of America card today. I plotzed in a way appropriate to a kid who had a baseball article scrapbook.
so you're going to question the president of the baseball writers association? Thats Susan Slusser She confirmed.
For Immediate Release January 22, 2015 ATTENDEES ANNOUNCED FOR 76th ANNUAL BOSTON BBWAA AWARDS DINNER BOSTON, MA—Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts, infielder Brock Holt, and Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez are among the honorees who will be attending the 76th annual awards dinner of the Boston Chapter, Baseball Writers Association of America, scheduled for tonight, Thursday, January 22 at Agganis Arena in Boston. Others expected to be at the head table are Boston Red Sox Executive Vice President/General Manager Ben Cherington and manager John Farrell, Baltimore Orioles Executive Vice President, Baseball Operations Dan Duquette and Manager Buck Showalter, and Miami Marlins right-handed pitcher Steve Cishek. The dinner will also include a raffle featuring high-end prizes. Tickets to the dinner are still available for $200 apiece and can be purchased at the door. --- RED SOX ---
Clayton Kershaw and Felix Hernandez are among the Cy Young Award finalists - three in each league - announced by the Baseball Writers Association of America on Tuesday.
Jeter's three true MVP losses all look sort of funny in hindsight. Juan Gonzalez ('98). Justin Morneau ('06). Pudge Rodriguez ('99). He was the league leader in offensive WAR in two of those seasons. And second to Arod the Juicer in the third. When you're talking about a first baseman and a corner outfielder, Jeter's or the eventual winner's defense can't matter in an MVP debate. Even against Pudge, Jeter outpaced him in total WAR that year. Goofy voting results. But that's common for the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Too bad his credentials didn't stay revoked. DENVER (AP) -- A Denver Post columnist had his baseball credentials revoked after he examined a bottle containing the dietary supplement androstenedione from the locker of Rockies outfielder Dante Bichette. Although Bichette said he accepted Denver Post columnist Mark Kiszla's apology, the Baseball Writers Association of America pulled the journalist's credentials. Baseball writer Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune told Denver's KUSA-TV: "It's like going into someone's house. It's just not right. The guy should be suspended, and I'm glad they did it." The debate over the use of androstenedione arose after The Associated Press reported last weekend that slugger Mark McGwire takes the dietary supplement, which is not banned by Major League Baseball. Rockies relief pitcher Mike Munoz said the concept of reporters "taking something out of somebody's locker, without asking for permission ... it's very alarming." Sig Gissler, professor at the Graduate School of Jou ...
The last time David Robertson bumped into Mariano Rivera, the first thing the retired Yankee closer said to the man in line to replace him was: "You scared?" Robertson laughed while recreating the playful trash talk last month from the Baseball Writers Association of America dinner.
Today's Date in History: 1939 - Eddie Collins, Willie Keeler and George Sisler are elected to the Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Sisler set a major league season-record (later broken by Ichiro Suzuki) with 257 hits in 1920 and batted .420 in 1922 on his way to a .340 career batting average. Collins batted an even .333 for his career and stole 744 bases as a member of four World Series Champions. Keeler, who "hit 'em where they ain't", batted .341 and collected 2,932 hits.
Alot of news lately about the Hall of Fame voting and the guys who do it, the Baseball Writers Association of America. Apparently, it's a pretty exclusive group and some baseball beat writers and internet baseball columnists are not allowed into the BBWAA and thus have a vote. I'm starting to take notice of this because they're starting to snub some of the players during my childhood generation in the 80s. These writers hate the steroid era guys, but also dislike the 80s guys because their stats don't appeal to the sabermetric stat geeks. The one thing that's not being mentioned is why fans aren't allowed to vote for this. Fans get to vote for the all-star game players which does determine home field advantage in the World Series(which is pretty important). Last I checked, it's the fans that cheer these players on and actually make them famous. If it's not for the fans, we wouldn't know nor care about these players. You could say the same about music or theater/film. So, again, why are writers voting for ...
Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun, who is also on the board of directors of the Baseball Writers Association of America, joined Zinno on
Yes. I believe you are now banned for life from Hall of Fame voting. Oh wait, that's the Baseball Writers Association...
News: Baseball Writers Association of America bans Dan LeBatard for yr. Views: BWAA good at outrage, eating hot dogs. Insig…
Not a fan of at all, but I have even less respect for the Baseball Writers Association of America
There's officially not a more stuffy nor more out of touch group than the Baseball Writers Association.
Bravo to you, Dan Le Batard. And shame on certain stuffy members of the Baseball Writers Association of America who largely criticized Le Batard for his actions. When the BBWAA announced on Wednesday that Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, and Frank Thomas were voted into Cooperstown as the newest members of...
Dan LeBatard is highly questionable. Not just the title of his stupid ESPN show, but also his status with the Baseball Writers Association of America.
It is shooting extremely comatose fish in a barrel to trash the Baseball Writers Association of America after this week’s Hall of Fame votes were tallied.
There are a whole bunch of people with the Baseball Writers Association that need to turn in their voter's ballot for the baseball hall of fame - permanently. Not voting Jack Morris into the hall is laughable stupid. Not voting Craig Biggio into the hall should be grounds for losing the honor of voting. And I'm a Cardinals fan, but I know a Hall of Fame caliber player when I see one. Shame on the voters that frittered away their votes, that made their own egos more important that casting legitimate ballots. And shame on MLB for letting the selection of it's hall of famers become such a dysfunctional mess.
Why doesn't anyone complain about being the acronym for Baseball Writers Association of America when "baseball" is one word? No wonder Craig Biggio couldn't make the Hall of Fame..
Columbus Frank Thomas is a Baseball Hall of Famer. Thomas selection was announced Wednesday afternoon. He was elected by the voters of the Baseball Writers Association of America with 83.7 percent of the votes 75 percent is needed to be included.
I apologize for the need to rant in a public forum but my love for baseball is too great to not talk about how messed up the voting system is for the HOF. Its all in control of the Baseball Writers Association of America with guidelines of criteria for entry interpreted as differently as flavors of Jelly Bellys. The cap on number of votes allowed per ballot is wrong, and so is the high horse that its the most morally sound cathedral. Its just a museum about baseball or else Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, and countless others shouldn't be there either. I don't want to make this about the steroid issue, but about the fact that writers can't seem to have a benchmark standard and don't attribute stats towards the era that the person played and their opponents talent at that time. The old men's code that won't vote for any first time ballot because of "putting in dues" or believe any new stat that is proven by "science" because "science" can't be trusted. Congrats to Maddux, Glavine, and Thomas all were well d ...
Black Jack Morris screwed again by the Baseball Writers Association, last year of eligibility. I know they are judged on a career but I am still of the opinion that the infamous game 7 performance should have pushed him over the top.
Born in San Jose, California, Coleman graduated from Lowell High School, then spent his entire playing career with the New York Yankees. He played 6 years in their minor league system before reaching the big club in 1949. Coleman hit .275 in his first year and led all second basemen in fielding percentage. He was the Associated Press' rookie of the year in 1949, and finishing third in balloting by Baseball Writers Association of America. Coleman avoided a sophomore jinx by earning a selection to the All-Star team in 1950. He then shined in the World Series with brilliant defense, earning him the BBWAA's Babe Ruth Award as the series' most valuable player. Nicknamed "The Colonel", due to being promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, Coleman was also a Marine aviator and left baseball to serve in the Korean War, and postponing his entry into professional baseball in World War II. While a Marine Corps aviator he flew 120 combat missions, receiving numerous honors and medals including two Distinguished Fl ...
MAX SCHERZER NAMED American League Cy Young Award WINNER Max Scherzer was named the 2013 Cy Young Award Winner this evening in voting conducted by the Baseball Writers Association of America. He won the award with 28 first place votes, one second place vote, and one third place vote. Scherzer, 29, is the first Tigers player to win the award since Justin Verlander in 2011, and just the fourth pitcher in franchise history, joining Verlander (2011), Guillermo Hernandez (1984), and Denny McLain (1968-69). He led the American League with 21 wins and an .875 winning percentage, while he was second with 240 strikeouts, 10.08 strikeouts per nine innings, 25 quality starts, and a .198 batting average against, fifth with a 2.90 ERA, and tied for fifth with 214.1 innings pitched. Scherzer established a franchise record, winning 13 straight decisions to begin the season as a starter. In addition, he became just the second pitcher in American League history to fan six-or-more batters in his first 18 outings to begin t ...
What were the Baseball Writers Association of America smoking when they voted for AL Manager of the Year? Or is Francona the Martin Scorsese of Major League Baseball?
This Day In New York Yankees History 11/8: . On this day in 1951 the Baseball Writers Association of America,...
Photo: William Davis: Was this the season the Baseball Writers Association voted him ‘Most Average Looking...
Fact - 700+ eligible members of Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) cast ballots for nominees. Must get 75% vote for selection.
I was just joking. It's become the baseball writers' association's go to answer if anyone's game evolves ever.
Is there a stupid gene in the Baseball Writers Association of America? How in the world was Willie Mays not a Hall of Fame unanimous pick?
Pretty much everyone who has any interest in the Baseball Hall of Fame is aware that, for only the second time in the past forty years, the Baseball Writers Association of America failed to elect anyone to Cooperstown this year. This has led to quite a bit of hand-wringing, much of it by colleagues of the sportswriters who pitched the shutout. The New York Times interviewed the proprietors of various Cooperstown businesses, while another reporter tracked down the mayor of Cooperstown. There have also been plenty of opinion pieces, more than a few of which have taken the BBWAA members to task, with several calling for an overhaul of the whole system. The results have also elicited a wide range of viewpoints about steroids and about whether some sort of message has been sent. Another recurring theme has been that this year’s induction ceremonies will have a funereal air. But that’s not how I see it. I definitely share the widespread belief that this year's BBWAA ballot contained an unusual number of pla ...
On This Day In Baseball History: 1900 - Boston Beaneaters catcher Marty Bergen kills his wife and two children with an axe, then takes his own life. Reportedly depressed by his son's death in 1898, Bergen, at the age of 28, had suffered an apparently career-ending broken hip during a game last season. Billy Hamilton is the only Boston player to attend the backstop's funeral. 1916 - Under the terms of the peace agreement, a list of 123 Federal League players with free agent status is released by the National Association. 1931 - Acting under a new draft agreement with the Pacific Coast League, the Brooklyn Robins purchase the contract of catcher Ernie Lombardi from the Oakland Oaks. 1934 - Baseball commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis denies Shoeless Joe Jackson's appeal for reinstatement. Jackson was one of eight Chicago White Sox players banned for their part in throwing the 1919 World Series against the Cincinnati Reds. 1937 - In the second annual Hall of Fame election, the Baseball Writers Association o ...
I challenge all 600-plus voting colleagues in the Baseball Writers Association of America, which votes on the Hall of Fame, to find any other purpose for playing these ballgames - above winning.
Well, Ladies and Gentlemen, its not etched in stone quite yet, but its a 99% sure thing. There will be no Baseball Player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame for 2013. A player must receive 75 % of the votes from the BBWAA (Baseball Writers Association of America), the closest was Craig Biggio who played his entire career with the Houston Astros and is a member of the 3,000 hit club. He was on top with votes. 68.2 %. He did NOT use steroids. How odd. Well, roll the red carpet out and let the steroid era of Baseball begin. How sad.
Disappointed in the Baseball Writers Association. Not cause Piazza didn't make it, but because Aaron Sele got 1 vote. Huh? Is his dad on the board?
This year would've been a perfect time for the baseball Hall of Fame to induct The Mendoza Line, the Baseball Writers Association, and Lou Gehrig's Disease.
My respect for the Baseball Writers Association gre three sizes that day they decided to not induct cheaters into the Hall of Fame. Stay strong, eligibility is 15 years long. Luckily, with Maddox and Frank Thomas joining next time, and Bigio and Morris not quite making it, the votes will be spread around enough to probably keep the cheaters out.
The 569-member jury of the Baseball Writers Association of America issued its version of a guilty verdict Wednesday to those confirmed, admitted, accused or suspected of participating in what has become known as baseball's Steroid Era.
Every member of the Baseball Writers Association that failed to vote for Bonds, Clemens, Sosa, McGwire, and Piazza should never be allowed to vote again. Before you say they cheated, every athlete cheats. Just not every athlete gets caught.
BBWAA = Joke The only current and past stain on the game of baseball IS the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Baseball Writers Association should be replaced by fan vote. Democratize Now!
The Baseball Writers' Association of America's ballot for this year listed 37 pl...: The Baseb...
It's a shame that the baseball writers believe guilt by association is an ok reason not to vote piazza into the hof.
My detest for the baseball writers association continues to grow. . . It's time to put the vote in the hands of the players I believe
I'm thinking Piazza and Biggio got shafted by the "baseball writers association". Fascists.
The Baseball Writers of America Association (BBWAA) is a joke. First Pete Rose now Barry Bomds and Roger Clemons... ComeOnMan.. smh
Why are there two 'B's in the acronym for the Baseball Writers Association of America?
How old and white are the Baseball Writers Association of America? I'm thinking along the lines of Tea Party and Beach Boys.
The Baseball Writers Association of America is probably just a Republican political action committee.
Agreed. Baseball Writers' Association of America is full of pompous *** who think what they think is all that matters.
Baseball Writers Association of America -- Those who voted for the Hall of Fame and dropped the ball big time today.
The Baseball Writers' Association is stubborn & selfish - they are hurting the Hall of Fame/Cooperstown more than the players on the ballot
Well, "Crazed Narcissists" *is* much more succinct than "Baseball Writers Association of America".
Baseball Writers Association of America can kiss my ***
“Dissing Dale Murphy, worse than dissing Mama. Shame entire baseball writers association should be fired.
The Baseball Writers Association of America is a joke.
No New Hall of Famers for Baseball: The Baseball Writers Association of America elected no one into the Hall of...
"The voting members of the Baseball Writers Association of America's inability to elect even one player into the...
THAT'S called a flawed system, one that must be destroyed. Clearly the Baseball Writers' Association of America has lost all credibility.
The Baseball Writers Association of America voted Bonds MVP 7 times knowing all about his Juicing. What's changed? ***
Did u play the Ricky Henderson "i'd like to thank the baseball writers association" cut yet today? Need a laugh
Baseball Writers Association of America you are a joke. Is there an organization that is more "LOOK AT ME!!"?
The way I feel right now, I would rather a member of Al Qaida than the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Opinion: Hey numbskulls! For the most part, the same Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA), that has...
Wow, the Baseball Writers' Association is a joke.
Well, the Baseball Writers Association of America spoke loud and clear about how they feel about the steroid era many of them presided over without digging to find the truth: Leave ‘em all out. The BWAA did not induct a single player, clean or linked to performance enhancing drugs, for the first time since 1996. But let’s be frank, this isn’t 1996. The ballot this year is arguably the best collection of talent put forth at one time since the 1930s. The greatest player (Barry Bonds) and pitcher (Roger Clemens) of this generation appeared on the ballot for the first time. As did one of the greatest sluggers of all time (Sammy Sosa), the greatest hitting catcher ever (Mike Piazza), a 3,000-hit club member (Craig Biggio) and one of the best postseason pitchers in history (Curt Schilling). Venerable holdover candidates like Jeff Bagwell, Edgar Martinez, Don Mattingly, Jack Morris, Dale Murphy, Tim Raines, Lee Smith and Alan Trammell were also there to be selected, as well as steroid-era pariahs like Mark ...
All the members of the baseball writers association should be ashamed
Writers Association of America elects no one to Baseball Hall of Fame for 1st time since 1996:
the eighth time in history , the Baseball Writers&Association of America (BBWAA) has failed to elect anyon ...
The Baseball Writers Association of America should be ashamed of themselves. Maybe now the HOF will fix the broken voting system
The Baseball Writers Association is a complete joke. Some are great, but there are way too many that have no clue about anything.
The just embarrassed themselves, and should lose their votes.
Regulate the # of votes in Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA), shouldn't have lifetime vote
With no inductees this year, should the Baseball Writers Association of America be stripped of its power? by
So tell me baseball fans. . . . Why should the Baseball Writers Association keep Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, etc. out of the Hall of Fame? For cheating by taking steroids? Gee, That same association elected famous spitballers like Stan Coveleski, Burleigh Grimes, Ed Walsh, *** Perry and Don Drysdale to the Hall of fame. They all "cheated" by using the spitball.
There is no credibility to Cooperstown and the Baseball Writers Association this year. This is an OUTRAGE! No Bonds, No Clemens, No Biggio... UNBELIEVABLE... The Hall of Fame MEANS NOTHING if Barry Bonds can't get in!!! This is like denying Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, or Jerry Rice from the hall of fame. What a shameful day for Baseball!
On Wednesday, the Baseball Writers Association of America will announce its 2013 Hall of Fame inductees. For those keeping score, on the ballot are: Jeff Bagwell, Craig Biggio*, Barry Bonds*, Roger Clemens*, Edgar Martinez, Jack Morris, Mike Piazza*, Tim Raines, Curt Schilling*, Sammy Sosa*, Lee Smith, and Alan Trammell. [* First year of eligibility.]
PEDs, steroids, HGH … blah blah effing blah. Here’s the pure and simple truth: since it wasn’t illegal in baseball, the BBWAA (Baseball Writers Association of America – the ...
In addition to a player's ability, the Baseball Writers Association considers ...
Dec. 2, 1957: The Baseball Writers Association of America announces that Mickey has won his second straight Most Valuable Player Award.
Bonds, Clemens, Sosa all fell WELL short of required 75% vote in Baseball Writers Association survey. None even got 50%. No 1st ballot
The Baseball Writers Association of America won't put him on their Hall of Fame ballot.
Baseball Writers' Association of America should write out of the history books the championships and winning records of the steroid era
Show this to the baseball writers association
The Baseball Writers Association of America are breathtakingly stupid.
Interesting how the President of the Writers association has different definiitions of cheating in baseball. Some are ok some are not.
Thought: Why should the Baseball Writers' Association penalize Bonds/Clemens/Sosa/Mac for PED use when voting if MLB never did anything?
I have the least surprising news for you ever: the Baseball Writers' Association has an AOL e-mail address.
Poll: Should Barry Bonds Be Elected To Baseball's Hall of Fame?: Members of the Baseball Writers' Association of...
New Breaking Down the 2013 Hall of Fame Ballot: On Wednesday, the Baseball Writers Association of A...
the hall of fame is run by the baseball writers association of america. Bud selig is still a fraud though
Cool that Paducah's own Steve Finley made it onto the Baseball Writers Association of America Hall of Fame ballot.
2013 Hall of Fame Ballot: More than 600 longtime members of the Baseball Writers’ Association…
It's a great day for baseball! The Writers' Association will finally be able to recognize the Steroids Era for what it was!
the Baseball Writers Association will announce Biggio is on the ballot for the 2013 class on Wed.
Attention: Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA) voters, please go to and vote accordingly.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ROY, BRYCE HARPER! Congratulations to Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper who was named National League Rookie of the Year by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Harper hi...
Cabrera was listed first on 22 of the 28 ballots in voting by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
The distribution of the Baseball Writers Association of America's major awards continues Wednesday night with the announcement of the results of the Cy Young voting in both leagues, a change from recent years when each league's award was given its own day.
In one of the most shocking upsets in the history of the Baseball Writers Association of America, Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout has won the 2012 American League Rookie ...
This year, the Baseball Writers Association of America is revealing finalists for its eight major awards before actually rolling out the trophies next week. Those finalists will be announced in an hour-long special on MLB Network beginning at 6 p.m. ET. We’ll list the names as they come in… Rookie o...
Third baseman Kyle Seager (ex ) voted Seattle Mariners team MVP by Seattle-Tacoma Baseball Writers Association of America.
It'll come down to 28 members of the Baseball Writers Association of America - two from each AL city - and their votes, due before the postseason begins in about two weeks. And it figures to make for some great debate. And it's a tough call.
Columnist Tom Hoffarth, of The Los Angeles Daily News, is the city’s go-to guy for all things sports media – the absolute best – and a personal friend. No one has supported my baseball-related efforts, like the “Statue for Sandy” Koufax e-petition and the Internet Baseball Writers Association of Ame...
Baseball commissioner Bud Selig had his annual All-Star question-and-answer session Tuesday with members of the Baseball Writers Association of America and addressed several topics.
For my friend Mary Inmon Allen...Today’s Dragons Starting Pitcher: James Allen makes his first professional start tonight. Allen has made 22 relief appearances with the Dragons this season after pitching out of the bullpen 22 times with Billings last year. Allen was the Reds 7th round draft pick in 2011 out of Kansas State, where he set school records for career saves (31) and single-season saves (17). His 31 career saves tied for fourth in Big 12 Conference history. Last spring at Kansas State, Allen went 3-1 with a 1.35 ERA and was named 1st Team All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and Collegiate Baseball. After signing with the Reds, he went 2-0, 1.26 at Billings. Over Allen‟s last six relief appearances, he has not allowed an earned run (13 IP, 7 H, 1 R, 0 ER). Over his last 10 games, he has allowed three runs (one earned) in 21.1 innings to lower his ERA from 5.59 to 3.40.
at Matt Snyder at CBS, bring it on with your criticism of me, I am all ears sticks and stones, oh I am so upset CBS -- Attacking the BBWAA: Evan Weiner of examiner.com gets a bit nasty on the Baseball Writers Association of America, concerning Hall of Fame voting. He does so on the basis of a few writers saying Roger Clemens still won't get their Hall of Fame vote, singling out the New York Daily News and Bill Madden. Shouldn't Weiner wait until the actual vote? Or has he counted the hundreds and hundreds of still-uncast ballots? I don't always agree with the vote, but I think it's ridiculous when people attack the organization as an entire voting body, considering it's comprised of individuals who vote the way they want. You can't say that all Americans are stupid every time you disagree with a presidential election. Well, I guess you can, you'd just be gravely mistaken and misguided.
Texas Tech junior second baseman Jamodrick McGruder was named Wednesday to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association all-America third team.
Oregon State outfielder Michael Conforto was named the national Freshman Hitter of the Year for the second time on Tuesday as the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) announced its end of the season awards.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – More honors rolled in on Monday for a pair of UC Santa Barbara freshmen as Greg Mahle and Andrew Vasquez were both named Second Team Freshmen All-Americans by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.
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